The question is if he’ll keep it up as the midterm elections approach and the political pressure on vulnerable Democrats builds.
In both political and humanitarian terms, the immigration crisis was already a hot mess. Harris just made it hotter and messier.
The president took a Latino whose name he couldn’t pronounce, stuck him in a job that doesn’t match his experience, handed him a huge mess, and is ready to throw him under the bus.
Sorry, immigration, she’s just not that into you.
Yeah, the Democrats are generally pro-immigration, and Republicans are anti. But it’s a lot more complicated than you might think.
He’s right that this isn’t a new challenge, but dead wrong to pretend that what’s happening now is business as usual—and to treat immigration first and foremost as a “problem.”
Some universities have held separate and additional events for different groups for years. The only things that's new here is that Fox News has “discovered” them.
Joe Biden and his programs are popular. Republicans can’t lay a glove on him. So they’ve settled on immigration as the way to drag him into the mud.
He doesn’t have a perfect plan, but “perfect” doesn’t exist on the U.S.-Mexico border. There is only terrible, and good enough.
Arizona’s senior senator will need those Latino votes when she seeks re-election. But she hasn’t always acted like she does.